As I have come to realise over the past couple of years, progress in academia is unlikely without a PhD. And as a rather ‘grown up’ person of maturing years, this is more true than ever, especially for posts of any worth or purpose. Several years in academia has taught me one crucial lesson: never rely on any career development… Read more →
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